What are you listening to right now? by thecomputergeek | tildeverse BBJ

>0 thecomputergeek @ 2020/01/12 00:12

What are you listening to right now?
Right now, it's Tribal Bass by Rebel MC (1991)


>1 stilbruch @ 2020/01/17 23:26


Pines by Men I Trust. It's very relaxing

>2 antharia @ 2020/01/21 16:59

It sticks to my head those days.
Genre : Space Doom Goth Post-Rock
Artist : ISON
Album : Inner Space

>3 Zeth @ 2020/04/07 18:27

ThePrimeThanatos channel's livestream on Youtube - it plays synthwave retrowave and similar. The channel has bunch of collections of synthwave music. It induces that neon-colored 80's cyberpunk feeling that I fell in love with https://www.youtube.com/user/ThePrimeThanatos

>4 echo137 @ 2020/04/07 18:41

the flopotron

>5 codingquark @ 2020/04/11 08:29

I like the channel a lot. I usually play it on mpv.

>6 cano @ 2020/04/13 05:01


Glass Tiger - Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone)

>7 a @ 2020/04/13 14:21

>>OP I recently changed to Youtube Music as my main streaming platform. I was using Spotify for most of the time. Now I'm listening to
xD, the good ol lofi hiphop radio

>8 thecomputergeek @ 2020/04/24 01:31

Elton John- Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me (1974)


>9 cano @ 2020/04/24 07:25

Electric Citizen - Burning in Hell


>10 ynac @ 2020/06/24 18:32


It is web-based version of MyNoise - a binaural+ meditation app I use on my phone.


A little trippy, but mostly it just sort of "cleans the line" for my brain electricity.  Keeps it all at a clean 120.

>11 gambit @ 2020/07/01 01:36

I really dig https://somafm.com/ it is a collection of internet radio stations...sort of. 

All the stations are run by somafm, there are NO commericals at all, it is just curated music by soma's "DJ's". They rely on donations and merch sales to stay a float.

There are lots of stations, my personal favorites are:

 * DEF CON Radio
 * Indie Pop Rocks!
 * Fluid
 * Fokd Forward
 * The Trip

They even have a desktop client for Mac OS and Windows, but sadly not one for Linux (your can always listen through the browser, or use Amarok).